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to the boston bombings, and john miller talks with a s.w.a.t. team who put the surviving suspects in handcuffs. >>> republicans try to blame the white house for massive delays at the nation's airports. >> in studio 57 pastor joel osteen and his wife victoria and harvey winestein. >> we begin with your world in 90 seconds. >> he will not be treated as an enemy combatant. we will prosecute this trust through the civilian system of justice. >> authorities charge the surviving suspect. >> dzhokhar tsavraev says he and his brother were religious views and had no terrorism. >> for plot thwarted by bliss in canada. >> two men in a terrorist plot backed by al qaeda. >> the attack was not imminent but the threat real. >>> overflowing rivers in the midwest have flooded streets and homes. >> this could be spectacular. time to take the school boat to school. >> a nasty spring storm will dump half a foot of snow from colorado to michigan. >> heartbreaking to look at it. >> the faa is starting its furlough program, forced days off. >> delays at some of the nation's busiest airport. >> the g
, patrick. hold on, patrick. patrick, i'll handcuff you. hold up. patrick, i'll handcuff you. no, i don't want you to handcuff me. i did not call for your help. let us see your arm. he ain't going to see my arm. let us put something on it. why don't you just put a bandage on it so when you do get ready to go. can i just wrap it up to help stop it from bleeding? don't flick your blood around. you got severe damage. your hand is ice-cold. you're going to lose your hand if we don't get you to the hospital. my hand ain't ice-cold. yes, it is. i can feel it through the glove. you really need to go now, pat. you got to go to the hospital. you need to get a bandage on it. i ain't did nothing wrong and i ain't done nothing to you. nobody said you did anything wrong. let me do what i want to do. i'm going to go to the hospital. you can't tell me i got to go right now. we'd like you to go, patrick. we want your hand to be okay. patrick. if he don't want to go we're going to go ahead and lock him up. okay, check this out, g. yeah, come on, turn around. you're under arrest, okay? y'all are stan
break down doors. the operation is a success. 43 people are put in handcuffs and sent to jail, buts where this experiment takes a dramatic turn. eight drug dealers are not arrested. there is something more audacious and unconventional waiting for them. >> we actually thought our part of this was over. we got the bad guys. they're off the street. and we're good. >> hardly. jamel and charity are about to be involved in this program that they don't see coming. one that will make them question everything about the relationship between cop and criminal. >>> coming up, charity and jamel are asked to try a radical way to fight crime. >> what was your reaction? >> hug a thug. >> hug a thug? >> what is this idea? and will it work? >>> hours after s.w.a.t. teams stormed through the charleston farms community, the streets are quiet and seemingly safe. >> at night, now, you don't see near as much activity or hardly any activity, illegal activity. >> south carolina's district attorney deviced this program, a yearlong, three step program, called stand. step one has just ended with the arrest of 2
, there was also a close cousin to competitive lock picking, which is escaping from handcuffs for fun. the escaping from handcuff sport starts kind of like competitive lock picking, but then it gets weird in a hurry. like, you know, a lot of the -- the shirtless thing. put on a third, man. this is youtube. everybody can see you. we are all impressed by your skills in escaping from these handcuffs. we are impressed by your pecs. but fully clothed people also play this game in public. these guys are on a stage with an emcee, racing each other to spring out of their handcuffs. this is at a college of lock picking event. looks fun, right? something to do on a saturday. ever since harry hudenny, this has been show off if i pseudo magic thing that people do. pick the lock. break the hold. throw me in the water in hand cuffs, go ahead, i'll swim to sure. it is an amazing thing. it is a showman thing that people have done for a very long time. modern innovations in the field of things you are not supposed to get out of have led to other can kinds of escapology skills as well. you can find online a bunch of
. and there was during recess and all the students watched the police handcuff the school and has a psychological impact to all the students. and the principle did not notify the parents and the teacher and make everyone so scared and don't know what would happen next time. and hopefully the skubt would have someone to investigate the incident and try to provide a better and safer environment to the students. >> hi everyone. i'm a parents from visitation valley elementary school. okay. the new prim has been with the school for almost two years. the new principle. and there will be more than 10 students and staff leaving the school. and the principle make the school not so harmony from the top to the bottom. and the principle fired some teachers without good reaps and also some excellent teachers that have been teach at the school for more than 10 years also have to be forced early retirement. and the education that has been making some criticism against her. and the new teacher also worried about the current situation. and they make the school very although, moreal and effect the quality of teaching.
police. they were the ones that put the final handcuffs on him friday night. it was one of their officers that was injured in that really violent exchange between the two brothers and police. overnight thursday into friday. also new pictures for you, don. daylight video of the boat that was -- that the suspect was holed up in on friday and friday night. we have new daylight video we got just a short time ago of the boat, without the tarp on it. law enforcement authorities and others are combing over it, taking pictures of it. that is an active crime scene still. >> his family released a statement that says, our family applaud the entire law enforcement community for a job well done and trusts the justice system will now do its job. none of this will bring our beloved martin back or reverse the injuries these men inflicted on our family. we continue to pray for healing and comfort on the long road that lies ahead for every victim and their loved one. this is him indeed an ambulance last night. now he's under heavy guard where some of the people he allegedly harmed have also been receiving
't look at it. >> have a great evening. >> see you later. >> now on "extra" -- reese in handcuffs. all new video of the oscar winner under arrest and where she's hiding out today. barbra streisand's heartbreak for boston. >> devastating. very hard to understand. >> she takes new york with president clinton, michael and katherine and breaks career news to a.j.. >> what's next? >> the boston bomber's last stand. new photos of his deadly shootout with police. the bomber's unsuspecting wife speaks today. how she learned about his secret life. his brother telling the f.b.i., "he made me do it." should he get the beth penalty? >> this is a horrible, horrible thing that happened. >> boston's own mark wahlberg. >> do you get concerned coming out here in public in these big events? >> now trending. is eva secretly hooking up with one the most famous bachelors? droppedbroadcaster who the f-bomb on the air. >> didn't look like he had your talent, a.j. words kardashian's first since reaching a divorce deal. >> is there another wedding that could happen? >> "extra, extra!" [captioning made possible by
in handcuffs. it was then that the wal-mart employee noticed -- that person was taken to hospital and three other people were treated at the hospital as well. employees here are left wondering, what would compel someone on easter sunday to endanger so many lives. >> we got him down. >> we continue our team coverage as she spoke to a witness of the entire incident and managed to capture some of the chaos. >> this is youtube video of the car sitting inside the wal- mart. people were frantic as they tried to get away from the chaos. before it ended up here the driver did some damage outside. >> the guy just rammed his car into the stands. and then he took off and ran over the island and took off into the streets. we thought maybe he was going to be a hit and run and then take off, but he came back. then he came up this side and was trying to hit people. we were yelling, get out of the way. and everybody was screaming and yelling. >> gospels peter ran through the glass doors. he was trying to run the card to the stores but it stopped him. then he got out of the car and he had something in his h
. the chairman said remove the handcuffs from the man. they did that. he came out and testified on the whitewater deal. that's how i met with hubble the first time. and i was headed to prison. and alan said you have to meet him. and i sat here in washington dc. he walked me through how you survive. and he also gave me insight as a former attorney general to empathize with the plight of a lot of people in prison. i walked out of prison not angry. i felt a lot of people -- we had bonded. i didn't expect anybody to have sympathy for me. but i have the ability to have a network and the ability to stay here tonight and be on television, to have writers with radio and the media. and i can write a book and say that a lot of people don't have a voice inside the walls. we are human beings. we are not rehabbing them, we are warehousing them. this government, under the current administration as well, it has statistics. ironically these were not the white-collar criminals. a lot of addicts in prison. they are not getting treatment for their addiction. the other part of this is my own personal struggle of bei
the students watched the police handcuff the school and has a psychological impact to all the studen
the students watched the police handcuff the school and has a psychological impact to all the students. and the principle did not notify the parents and the teacher and make everye
to competitive lock picking, which is escaping from handcuffs for fun. the escaping from handcuff sport starts kind of like competitive lock picking but then get weird in a hurry. like, you know, a lot of the -- the shirtless thing. put on a third, man. this is youtube. we can see you. we are all very impressed by your skills. we are impressed by your pecs. now these two are on a stage, with an emcee. racing to get out of your lock picks. this is pseudo magic. pick the lock. it is a showman thing that people have done for a very long time. modern innovations in the field of things you are not supposed to get out of have led to other can kinds of escapology skills as well. you can find on-line a bunch of how-tos for how to get yourself out of new fangled zip tie handcuffs, used particularly for crowd control. particular videos of guys showing off how fast they can get out of their plastic zip ties. this is one of my favorite corners of the internet. i don't know how to do these things but i love watching people do it. i love this stuff. one thing that does not happen because there is a college
the massachusetts bay transit authority police who put the handcuffs on dzhokhar tsarnaev at the very end. they were pleased to have a chance to do that because it was one of their officers who was brian todd in watertown for us, excellent report. we continue to pray for healing and for comfort on the long road that lies ahead for every victim and their loved ones. this is dzhokhar tsarnaev inside an ambulance last night. now under heavy guard at a medical center where some of the people he allegedly harmed have also been receiving care. want to go to elizabeth cohen, she's outside the hospital. there are new details about his injuries since i last spoke with you. what do you know? >> these are very important details from deborah feyerick and susan candiotti. he has wounds to his throat. and this is very, very important. he is intubated and sedated. what that means is he has a tube going down his throat that's attached to a ventilator that breathes for him. often doctors will intubate someone and put them on a ventilator to take the strain away if a machine breathes for them. this explains why gover
helped to apprehend him or actually put the handcuffs on the suspect. the hour is about much more than that. earlier today, a local newspaper columnist said people here in boston had many more important things to worry about than the guy who did this. mourning their dead, healing their wounds and living their lives. not making an alleged killer and would-be mass murderer the center of all the attention. that's a good message we think tonight. late today, a week after two bombs went off there, the fbi handed control over that stretch of boylston street back to the city, beginning the process of turning a crime scene back into one of boston's main arteries. as i said, there is a lot to tell you about. with dignitaries gathered, a bagpipe playing, the flag which has been flying at half staff for the last week was lowered and folded. earlier today, at ten to 3:00, that same stretch of boylston, all corners of boston, watertown and beyond, fell silent. silence fell over washington as well, including the white house, where president obama observed the moment, traders on wall street joined hi
potentially attending hearings in handcuffs and that's the perception they have on these individuals and additionally the folks that are not able to post bail are affected through collateral consequences by being potentially unnecessarily detained if they do not pose a risk to public safety. they are affecting their ability to continue with their employment, education or family responsibilities. so the center on criminal justice would advocate for an increased use or implementation of pretrial services at the local level and some on this panel will speak with more detail on that. >> let me ask miss dewint that you are obviously part of the bail association and the president of the organization, you have decades of experience. critics have argued that your association and other associations like it use their influence by way of lobbying to protect the groups financial interest. i'm wondering if you can respond to that and perhaps give us an idea what kind of lobbying your organization does? >> thank you. first of all let me thank jeff and the san francisco public defenders office for
is the stationery outcome with handcuffs. so the illustration here is that somewhere between these two extremes, there is a level of treatment structure that is appropriate for the particular patient. when we think about the patients who end up in the revolving court's, they have trauma, bad thing that have happened to them and they have no support and they have gotten no lover to support them, no livelihood to live for. what you need to do is provide an adequate amount of support to help them achieve the goals they want. notice i didn't say sobriety. i'm a substance abuse expert that doesn't believe in sobriety. the goal is to say what are we going to work on here? i want to is stop being arrested by the cops? >> okay. that's a goal. how do we achieve that? >> want a roof over my head. i have yet to have a patient walk through my door, and say i have need help. i have not have that happen before. i have seen thousands of patients. there are potential medications that may offer promise for managing. managing chronic alcoholism. i know the cities are pursuing some of the those medications. th
did understand that word and he was taken in handcuffs and incredulous that this could have happened to him. what happened is he goes to prison and now deportation proceedings begin. i can't remember your original question. i think that immigration and how we are in criminalizing in an effort to deport people is one of the more disgusting and shocking things i saw repeatedly in the course of filming. >> i think briefly that those of you in the i immigration area understand what it's like. i tried a sanctuary case, i hope there is no other place in america where the authorities create the people that they process the way they do that there may be some jails where they do that. unless you have seen it, you cannot imagine what goes on and they separate families, they separate families, this is a nation of family values. and so i thought in my youth that someone would come along and reform the immigration status. i may not see it myself the way it's going. >> just moving to the next question for maurice. did you feel discouraged in your fight for innocence when you were incarcerated and
the wall. he says he's a police officer and they hand him the handcuffs to make the arrest. the video is the talk of the police department. >> i thought typical justin. he's always on duty and couldn't be prouder of him. he's always a cop. and he definitely did the right thing. >> rogers is a seven-year veteran of the force. he is the son of a retired police sergeant. when he nailed the honolulu suspect, rogers and his family were traveling back to the bay area from a vacation. after he gave police a statement, they boarded their plane on time. the tsa thanked rogers and the police department. psa joins the citizens of penole in saluting your heroic actions. >> police commander said he is not surprised at roger's actions. he says he did what is expected. he took decisive action and acted appropriately. he is expected back on the job on monday. >>> now do we know why that woman attacked a tsa agent? >> the tsa doesn't say, but they did say that she is charged with assault. >> hope everything at the wedding goes okay. >> yeah, watch out. >> prosecutors say that the driver who pl
they managed to get him down and the handcuffs on him. the suspect was checked out at the hospital before taken to jail. >>> mattel is taking heat for a new barbie doll. she is mexico barbie and part of the dolls of the world collection. she features a pink ruffle dress lined with bright colors, but her accessories are called into question. she has a chiuaua which some on-line call stereo typical and she has a part port that one law tina blogger says is inappropriate because of the immigration issues in the united states. mattel responded saying she is one of 100 all with regional animals and passports. >>> and a colony of beavers has been found in downtown san jose, something that hasn't been seen in a century. it is animals have settled along the guadalupe river. david louie has a closer look. >> over the past two weeks, cameras with night vision lenses captured a mother and two yearlings as they feed along the river in the dark. you can also tell the mother is expecting. may is the typical month forgiving birth. >> they have chosen this spot. >> greg kirkus catches sound of the beefs -- beav
a taser on him seven times before they managed to get him down and the handcuffs on him. the suspect was checked out at the hospital before taken to jail. >>> mattel is taking heat for a new barbie doll. she is mexico barbie and part of the dolls of the world collection. she features a pink ruffle dress lined with bright colors, but her accessories are called into question. she has a chiuaua which some on-line call stereo typical and she has a part port that one law tina blogger says is inappropriate because of the immigration issues in the united states. mattel responded saying she is one of 100 all with regional animals and passports. >>> and a colony of beavers has been found in downtown san jose, something that hasn't been seen in a century. it is animals have settled along the guadalupe river. david louie has a closer look. >> over the past two weeks, cameras with night vision lenses captured a mother and two yearlings as they feed along the river in the dark. you can also tell the mother is expecting. may is the typical month forgiving birth. >> they have chosen this spot. >> g
before they managed to get him down and the handcuffs on him. the suspect was checked out at the hospital before taken to jail. >>> mattel is taking heat for a new barbie doll. she is mexico barbie and part of the dolls of the world collection. she features a pink ruffle dress lined with bright colors, but her accessories are called into question. she has a chiuaua which some on-line call stereo typical and she has a part port that one law tina blogger says is inappropriate because of the immigration issues in the united states. mattel responded saying she is one of 100 all with regional animals and passports. >>> and a colony of beavers has been found in downtown san jose, something that hasn't been seen in a century. it is animals have settled along the guadalupe river. david louie has a closer look. >> over the past two weeks, cameras with night vision lenses captured a mother and two yearlings as they feed along the river in the dark. you can also tell the mother is expecting. may is the typical month forgiving birth. >> they have chosen this spot. >> greg kirkus catches sound of the
one car is actually slowing down to take a look. there's someone they have in handcuffs there. they came running out of the bart station and they tackled that man. and after the boston marathon bombings and all that has happened this week, bart officials say it's even more important to get safe for passengers and employees. today bart police chief kenton rainy presented more than a dozen safety improvement proposals, including a a signing more -- assigning more officers to problem stations, getting restraining orders for those who repeatedly commit crime on bart and to deal with the mentally ill. >> let's face it, anything going on in the community is going to come into bart as well. we're not immune to mentally- ill people, violent criminals, that sort of thing. so we are looking at and have been looking at different ways to protect station agents, front line employees as well as our customers. >>reporter: the bart director says safety has long been a concern and it's even more so following the boston marathon bombings. union president antoinette bryan says it's time for bar
in handcuffs in the backseat, deputies say he somehow managed to get away. he is considered dangerous, so call 911. if you know anything about where he might be. >>> developing story out of eastern contra costa county. police are searching for a suspect in the intensive kid napping of a two-year-old girl. it happened this afternoon in the 300 block of snow flake way. police say a man in his 30s grabbed the toddler when her mom started yelling, he dropped the girl in the bushes. police brought in specialized dogs to track him down. he has blond hair and was last seen wearing a glean shirt and blue jeans. >>> nearly nine months after the richmond refinery fire chevron has resumed operations at the damaged unit. the unit could be 100% functional in the coming weeks. ank out 244,000 barrels a day. the refinery has been running at half capacity since the fire last august. >>> nearly 12 years after the 9/11 terror attacks, new evidence has emerged, cbs reporter tells us, a survey crew working three blocks from ground zero found new reminder of a day we'll never forget. >> this metal machine part ma
on the run after escaping from hap handcuffs in a sheriff's car. he was arrested last night accused of assaulting his girlfriend. while deputies were completing their investigation, valencia managed to get out of the car and ran away. because he told family members he will not go back to jail, authorities consider him dangerous. he may now be driving a silver 1991 acura four-door. >> two people are still in critical condition tonight after a deadly crash in oakland. it happened about 3:45 this afternoon on highway 13 near the lincoln overpass. the driver lost control flipping the suv several times. sky7hd was overhead. you can see the car backwards in the southbound lane. one person was killed. four why injured. it caused heavy delays during the chute. >> demonstrateders in petaluma took to the streets at rush hour to call attention to a construction project they say is threatening a federally protected bird. they made adjustments to several nets beneath the overpass to protect the swallows. demonstrators say the nets continued to kill birds. here is reporter sergio quintana >> take
handcuffs in a sheriff's car. he was arrested last night accused of assaulting his girlfriend. while deputies were completing their investigation, valencia managed to get out of the car and ran away. because he told family members he will not go back to jail, authorities consider him dangerous. he may now be driving a silver 1991 acura four-door. >> two people are still in critical condition tonight after a deadly crash in oakland. it happened about 3:45 this afternoon on highway 13 near the lincoln overpass. the driver lost control flipping the suv several times. sky7hd was overhead. you can see the car backwards in the southbound lane. one person was killed. four why injured. it caused heavy delays during the chute. >> demonstrateders in petaluma took to the streets at rush hour to call attention to a construction project they say is threatening a federally protecd they made adjustments to several nets beneath the overpass to protect the swallows. demonstrators say the nets continued to kill birds. here is reporter sergio quintana >> take down the nets! >> reporter: about 20 people
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